This country is considered unique in the linguistic field, since it is only a part of the Arab countries but also the Francophone countries and has become the member of the OIF “International Organization of La Francophonie” in what makes its inhabitants bilingual, citizens are also able to speak English. So the three languages are spoken in this country. Lebanon, in long form the Lebanese Republic, is a country in the Middle East. Mostly mountainous, it shares its borders with Syria to the north and east for 376 km and Israel to the south for 79 km. Although the country has already been affected by conflict, Lebanon has started to improve with extraordinary development in various sectors, including tourism. Not only its beauty of nature, but also the beauty of the side of the building also has its own magnet to visit.
Baalbek is the ancient Heliopolis of the Romans. Today, the modern city, chief town of the district of Baalbek, in Lebanon, has about 80,000 inhabitants. The highest temperature in Lebanon was recorded at 47 ° C. Crowned by UNESCO as a World Heritage City. This city was once the residence of the Phoenicians before being finally controlled by the Greeks in 323-64 BC. The name Baal was borrowed from the name of the god worshiped by the Phoenicians, and eventually the city was renamed Heliopolis or the city of the sun in ancient Greece.
Beirut City Center
Downtown Beirut is the commercial and financial center of Beirut, it is also above all the historic heart of the city, located at the crossroads of predominantly Christian neighborhoods in the East, the majority Shiite district of Bachoura, neighborhoods Sunnis in the West, from Wadi Abu Jamil, a formerly predominantly Jewish neighborhood. Downtown Beirut remains a vibrant center, both culturally and artistically. In the past, the region had been devastated by war, but with the help of the government, the region was once again beautiful. The primary activity of this destination is SHOPPING! (Sorry for caps lock)
Gibran Khalil Gibran Museum
The Gibran Museum, formerly the Monastery of Mar Sarkis, is a biographical museum located in Bsharri, Lebanon, 120 kilometers from Beirut. It is dedicated to the Lebanese writer, philosopher and artist Kahlil Gibran. Founded in 1935, the Gibran museum has 440 original paintings and drawings of Gibran and his tomb. You can see many types of Gibran Kahlil relics, such as Gibran paintings, and the grave of Master Gibra. The area in this village is the majority of the Christian faithful. A distance of 120 kilometers from Beirut to Bsharri has really paid off when you get to this place. You can also enjoy the beauty of the views of the classic bell towers.
Byblos is a city in Lebanon. The Greeks named it Byblos, because it was from Gebal that the papyrus was imported into Greece. It is located today on the site of the modern city of Jbeil, in the governorate of Mount Lebanon, on the Mediterranean coast, about 40 kilometers north of Beirut.